Singer Angeliques Kidjo introduces GROW, Oxfam's new campaign for better ways to grow, share and live together, to help build a future where everyone always has enough to eat.
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Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal introduces GROW, Oxfam's new campaign for better ways to grow, share and live together, to help build a future where everyone always has enough to eat.
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Today, hundreds of millions of people don't get enough food to eat. Using examples from India we find out the reasons why we all need to fix the system which supplies the world with food, and the changes that can be made to ensure everyone has enough to eat.
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Welcome to GROW: Oxfam's new campaign for better ways to grow, share and live together, to help build a future where everyone always has enough to eat. It starts here, and it starts with all of us.
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G8 Summit 2011, France: Set to a Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette theme, Oxfam's Big Heads highlight the disparity between rich world leaders and the hundreds of millions of people living in poverty.
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More than 300,000 people remain displaced from their homes in the Ivory Coast and in neighbouring Liberia after fleeing the threat of violence following November's disputed election results. Just back from Ivory Coast, Oxfam's Caroline Gluck reflects on the crisis.
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Oxfam's Big Heads are at the G8 Summit this year urging world leaders to stop bluffing on aid commitments and deliver on their promises!
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One million people are still in urgent need of food, water and sanitation as refugees fear returning home.
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Thousands of refugees have fled from Ivory Coast to neighboring countries, including Liberia, following the political crisis after disputed elections in November 2010. Oxfam is gearing up its response to the escalating humanitarian crisis.
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Millions of girls have entered school in Afghanistan, since the fall of the Taliban in 2001. It is one of the few good news stories of the last nine years. But the progress is in danger of slipping away, and Afghan girls, like Nafiza, still face many barriers to receiving an education.
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